Daniela J. Palombo

Assistant Professor
phone 604 822 2755
location_on Kenny Room 3108--2136 West Mall

Research Area

Education

PhD, University of Toronto, 2013

Research

I investigate cognitive and neural factors associated with how we form and retain autobiographical memories and how this may differ across individuals. I also examine how autobiographical memory influences non-mnemonic functions, with a primary focus on future imagination and decision making. My research approach is multi-faceted; I explore these topics in healthy individuals as well as in neuropsychological (e.g., amnesia) and psychiatric populations (e.g., post-traumatic stress disorder). I also use neuroimaging methods, including MRI and fMRI.


Publications

Palombo, DJ, Bacopulos, A, Amaral, RSC, Olsen, RK, Todd, RM, Anderson, AK, Levine, B (in revision). Episodic Autobiographical Memory is Associated with Variation in the Size of Hippocampal Subregions.

Fuentemilla, L, Palombo, DJ, Levine, B (in press). Large-scale gamma synchrony in autobiographical memory: Evidence from magnetoencephalography and Severely Deficient Autobiographical Memory. Neuropsychologia.

Palombo, DJ, Verfaellie, M (in press). Hippocampal contributions to memory for time: Evidence from neuropsychological studies. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences.

Palombo, DJ*, Hayes, SM*, Peterson, KM, Keane, MM, Verfaellie, M (in press). Medial temporal lobe contributions to episodic future thinking: Scene construction or future thinking? Cerebral Cortex. *Authors contributed equally.

Schwarz, NF, Nordstrom, LK, Pagen, LHG, Palombo, DJ, Salat, DH, Milberg, WP, McGlinchey, RE, Leritz, EC (in press). Differential Associations of Metabolic Risk Factors on Cortical Thickness in Metabolic Syndrome. NeuroImage: Clinical.

Wisse, LE, Daugherty, AM, Olsen, RK, Berron, D, Carr, VA, Stark, CE, Amaral, RS, Amunts, K, Augustinack, JC, Bender, AR, Bernstein, JD, Boccardi, M, Bocchetta, M, Burggren, A, Chakravarty, MM, Chupin, M, Ekstrom, A, de Flores, R, Insausti, R, Kanel, P, Kedo, O, Kennedy, KM, Kerchner, GA, LaRocque, KF, Liu, X, Maass, A, Malykhin, N, Mueller, SG, Ofen, N, Palombo, DJ, Parekh, MB, Pluta, JB, Pruessner, JC, Raz, N, Rodrigue, KM, Schoemaker, D, Shafer, AT, Steve, TA, Suthana, N, Wang, L, Winterburn, JL, Yassa, MA, Yushkevich, PA, la Joie, R; Hippocampal Subfields Group (2017). A harmonized segmentation protocol for hippocampal and parahippocampal subregions: Why do we need one and what are the key goals? Hippocampus, 27, 3-11.

Palombo, DJ, Keane, MM, & Verfaellie, M (2016). Using future thinking to reduce temporal discounting: Under what circumstances are the medial temporal lobes critical? Neuropsychologia, 89, 437-44.

Sheldon, SM, Farb, N, Palombo, DJ, & Levine, B (2016). Intrinsic medial temporal lobe connectivity relates to individual differences in trait episodic memory. Cortex, 74, 206-16.

Palombo, DJ, Keane, MM, & Verfaellie, M (2016). Does the hippocampus keep track of time? Hippocampus, 26, 372-9. 

A full list of publications is available on Dr. Palombo's website.

Visit Dr. Palumbo's Google Scholar profile.

 


Graduate Supervision

Dr. Palombo is currently accepting graduate students.


Daniela J. Palombo

Assistant Professor
phone 604 822 2755
location_on Kenny Room 3108--2136 West Mall

PhD, University of Toronto, 2013

I investigate cognitive and neural factors associated with how we form and retain autobiographical memories and how this may differ across individuals. I also examine how autobiographical memory influences non-mnemonic functions, with a primary focus on future imagination and decision making. My research approach is multi-faceted; I explore these topics in healthy individuals as well as in neuropsychological (e.g., amnesia) and psychiatric populations (e.g., post-traumatic stress disorder). I also use neuroimaging methods, including MRI and fMRI.

Palombo, DJ, Bacopulos, A, Amaral, RSC, Olsen, RK, Todd, RM, Anderson, AK, Levine, B (in revision). Episodic Autobiographical Memory is Associated with Variation in the Size of Hippocampal Subregions.

Fuentemilla, L, Palombo, DJ, Levine, B (in press). Large-scale gamma synchrony in autobiographical memory: Evidence from magnetoencephalography and Severely Deficient Autobiographical Memory. Neuropsychologia.

Palombo, DJ, Verfaellie, M (in press). Hippocampal contributions to memory for time: Evidence from neuropsychological studies. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences.

Palombo, DJ*, Hayes, SM*, Peterson, KM, Keane, MM, Verfaellie, M (in press). Medial temporal lobe contributions to episodic future thinking: Scene construction or future thinking? Cerebral Cortex. *Authors contributed equally.

Schwarz, NF, Nordstrom, LK, Pagen, LHG, Palombo, DJ, Salat, DH, Milberg, WP, McGlinchey, RE, Leritz, EC (in press). Differential Associations of Metabolic Risk Factors on Cortical Thickness in Metabolic Syndrome. NeuroImage: Clinical.

Wisse, LE, Daugherty, AM, Olsen, RK, Berron, D, Carr, VA, Stark, CE, Amaral, RS, Amunts, K, Augustinack, JC, Bender, AR, Bernstein, JD, Boccardi, M, Bocchetta, M, Burggren, A, Chakravarty, MM, Chupin, M, Ekstrom, A, de Flores, R, Insausti, R, Kanel, P, Kedo, O, Kennedy, KM, Kerchner, GA, LaRocque, KF, Liu, X, Maass, A, Malykhin, N, Mueller, SG, Ofen, N, Palombo, DJ, Parekh, MB, Pluta, JB, Pruessner, JC, Raz, N, Rodrigue, KM, Schoemaker, D, Shafer, AT, Steve, TA, Suthana, N, Wang, L, Winterburn, JL, Yassa, MA, Yushkevich, PA, la Joie, R; Hippocampal Subfields Group (2017). A harmonized segmentation protocol for hippocampal and parahippocampal subregions: Why do we need one and what are the key goals? Hippocampus, 27, 3-11.

Palombo, DJ, Keane, MM, & Verfaellie, M (2016). Using future thinking to reduce temporal discounting: Under what circumstances are the medial temporal lobes critical? Neuropsychologia, 89, 437-44.

Sheldon, SM, Farb, N, Palombo, DJ, & Levine, B (2016). Intrinsic medial temporal lobe connectivity relates to individual differences in trait episodic memory. Cortex, 74, 206-16.

Palombo, DJ, Keane, MM, & Verfaellie, M (2016). Does the hippocampus keep track of time? Hippocampus, 26, 372-9. 

A full list of publications is available on Dr. Palombo's website.

Visit Dr. Palumbo's Google Scholar profile.

 

Dr. Palombo is currently accepting graduate students.

Daniela J. Palombo

Assistant Professor
phone 604 822 2755
location_on Kenny Room 3108--2136 West Mall

PhD, University of Toronto, 2013

I investigate cognitive and neural factors associated with how we form and retain autobiographical memories and how this may differ across individuals. I also examine how autobiographical memory influences non-mnemonic functions, with a primary focus on future imagination and decision making. My research approach is multi-faceted; I explore these topics in healthy individuals as well as in neuropsychological (e.g., amnesia) and psychiatric populations (e.g., post-traumatic stress disorder). I also use neuroimaging methods, including MRI and fMRI.

Palombo, DJ, Bacopulos, A, Amaral, RSC, Olsen, RK, Todd, RM, Anderson, AK, Levine, B (in revision). Episodic Autobiographical Memory is Associated with Variation in the Size of Hippocampal Subregions.

Fuentemilla, L, Palombo, DJ, Levine, B (in press). Large-scale gamma synchrony in autobiographical memory: Evidence from magnetoencephalography and Severely Deficient Autobiographical Memory. Neuropsychologia.

Palombo, DJ, Verfaellie, M (in press). Hippocampal contributions to memory for time: Evidence from neuropsychological studies. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences.

Palombo, DJ*, Hayes, SM*, Peterson, KM, Keane, MM, Verfaellie, M (in press). Medial temporal lobe contributions to episodic future thinking: Scene construction or future thinking? Cerebral Cortex. *Authors contributed equally.

Schwarz, NF, Nordstrom, LK, Pagen, LHG, Palombo, DJ, Salat, DH, Milberg, WP, McGlinchey, RE, Leritz, EC (in press). Differential Associations of Metabolic Risk Factors on Cortical Thickness in Metabolic Syndrome. NeuroImage: Clinical.

Wisse, LE, Daugherty, AM, Olsen, RK, Berron, D, Carr, VA, Stark, CE, Amaral, RS, Amunts, K, Augustinack, JC, Bender, AR, Bernstein, JD, Boccardi, M, Bocchetta, M, Burggren, A, Chakravarty, MM, Chupin, M, Ekstrom, A, de Flores, R, Insausti, R, Kanel, P, Kedo, O, Kennedy, KM, Kerchner, GA, LaRocque, KF, Liu, X, Maass, A, Malykhin, N, Mueller, SG, Ofen, N, Palombo, DJ, Parekh, MB, Pluta, JB, Pruessner, JC, Raz, N, Rodrigue, KM, Schoemaker, D, Shafer, AT, Steve, TA, Suthana, N, Wang, L, Winterburn, JL, Yassa, MA, Yushkevich, PA, la Joie, R; Hippocampal Subfields Group (2017). A harmonized segmentation protocol for hippocampal and parahippocampal subregions: Why do we need one and what are the key goals? Hippocampus, 27, 3-11.

Palombo, DJ, Keane, MM, & Verfaellie, M (2016). Using future thinking to reduce temporal discounting: Under what circumstances are the medial temporal lobes critical? Neuropsychologia, 89, 437-44.

Sheldon, SM, Farb, N, Palombo, DJ, & Levine, B (2016). Intrinsic medial temporal lobe connectivity relates to individual differences in trait episodic memory. Cortex, 74, 206-16.

Palombo, DJ, Keane, MM, & Verfaellie, M (2016). Does the hippocampus keep track of time? Hippocampus, 26, 372-9. 

A full list of publications is available on Dr. Palombo's website.

Visit Dr. Palumbo's Google Scholar profile.

 

Dr. Palombo is currently accepting graduate students.